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flexibility:

You want to telecommute?

Want to start at 3pm? 7am? Work through the night?

Baby sick? Need to stay home for the day?

And with this flexibility, you make damn sure you do the work and don't abuse the trust :)

To sum up. 1.6 miles from home with flexible hours and telecommute if you want it.

cLive ;-)


In reply to Re: (OT) Employee Retention - Why do you stay, why do you go? by cLive ;-)
in thread (OT) Employee Retention - Why do you stay, why do you go? by tachyon

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